A photographer was thrilled to snap all three Forth bridges in one photograph.
IT consultant Stuart Sly, 41, has been trying to capture this image since he moved to Scotland from Swindon, Wiltshire.
Stuart, who lives in Torryburn, Fife, said photography has helped him combat his depression, offering him a chance to escape from the “everyday world”.
He captured the incredible shot of the Forth Bridge, the Forth Road Bridge and the Queensferry Crossing at a small beach near Port Edgar harbour in South Queensferry during a clear evening in July, just as the temperature was dropping.
By taking it at a low angle, he was able to eliminate any “distraction from the composition” and force the three structures into the one photograph.
Dad-of-three Stuart said: “I’ve been a tiny wee bit obsessed with photographing the bridges.
“I feel I’ve cut my creative teeth on these amazing feats of engineering, trying plenty of things that did and didn’t work.
“I try to take the same picture at different times of day, with the light never being the same twice in a row.
“It was a very clear and crisp evening with the temperature trying to drop.
“It’s not often there’s a completely clear sky with the wind dropping completely at times.
“Patience was the key with this one, I was very happy with the result.
“I use photography to help me with my mental health.
“I suffer from depression and having this to help my mind cope with the pressure helps a lot.”